Cox & Kings Tour Packages

  • India Tours
  • International Group Tours
  • International Individual Tours
  • TUTC
  • Deccan Odyssey
  • Adventure Holidays

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Bharat Deko Tour packages offer group holidays in India, with a carefully selected itinerary of essential sightseeing, buffet meals, tour managers and first class hotels.

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Duniya Dekho are escorted group tours designed for like minded Indian passengers, with Indian meals and Indian Tour Managers. The itineraries are carefully planned coach tours with a mix of essential sightseeing and activities.

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'The Ultimate Travelling Camp' The first truly mobile luxury camps in India covering a calendar of destinations and festivals. This nomadic super luxury camp introduces the discerning traveller to different adventures in carefully selected exceptional locations in the mountains, deserts, jungles and unexplored countryside.

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Celebrated as one of the most luxurious trains in the world, Deccan Odyssey is an exploration of India's vibrant locales, timeless traditions, wildlife and cultural diversity. Embark on this luxury train journey aboard a state-of-the-art train that offers world-class services and amenities, impeccable hospitality, plush interiors and the services of a personal butler.

Browse Adventure Holidays

From the cold, remote expanse of Antarctica, to the warm, sunny beaches of the Caribbean, we've got the biggest collection of exciting adventures, small trips and safaris on the planet! Come explore, grab your dream.

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Cox & Kings is the longest established travel company in the world. Its distinguished history began in 1758 when it was appointed as general agents to the regiment of Foot Guards in India under the command of Lord Ligonier. By 1878, C&K were agents for most British regiments posted overseas, including the Royal Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry, as well as the Royal Wagon Train and the Household Brigade. The Royal Navy was next and in 1912, The Royal Air Force came under its wings.